Friday, May 31, 2013

Sharing A Layout With Graffiti Stencil Art

Hello scrappy friends!  Today is Friday and I wanted to share a layout I created with some new stencils from Graffiti Stencil Art.  I was very honored to be asked to design with these stencils.  There are some really cool designs to play with for your layouts, cards, mixed media projects and art journals.

I used the Decorative Circle Background Stencil and created a layout of my hubby on his birthday.  To give the layout more texture and dimension, I applied some Liquitex Flexible Modeling Paste and sprayed some Heidi Swapp Color Shine Mist in Tinsel into the modeling paste and gave it a good stir.  This gave it more color and then I went over the raised design with some Tim Holtz Distress Stain in Picket Fence and also around the outside edges.  The papers and stickers are from the Note To Self Collection and the Family Man Mini Collection by Echo Park.

Buttons - October Afternoon
Distress Stain - Tim Holtz (Picket Fence)
Flair Button - Evalicious
Pen - Marvy Uchida (Black)
Mists - Heidi Swapp Color Shine (Tinsel, Midnight Black)
Modeling Paste - Liquitex Flexible Modeling Paste
Patterned Paper - Echo Park Note To Self Collection
Stencil - Graffiti Stencil Art (Decorative Circle Background)
Stickers - Echo Park Family Man Mini Collection
Washi Tape - Recollections

Thanks for stopping by and don't forget to check out the Graffiti Stencil Art website here.

Have a great Friday!


  1. Beautiful! LOVING the colors and that motorcycle!!!!

  2. Really loving your page! There's so much to see, all those little details and that fabulous background!! Love!

  3. I love this page! Your layering is fantastic and the stenciling looks awesome!

    1. Thank you Kelly! Also, thanks for visiting my blog. I really appreciate it!